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1 08/8/2012FLHS Parent/Student Orientation School Year Leane Linson, Principal Welcome to Folsom Lake High School

2 Student of the Month Awards

3 6/4/2014 Successful Students are required to: Have 90% Attendance Engaged in learning Complete daily assignments Utilize the credit recovery options Earn 1 credit every 3 weeks Graduate with a high school diploma

4 Spirit Week!

5 6/4/2014 Graduation Requirements at Folsom Lake High School A total of 200 Credits to graduate FLHS does Not require PE All students must pass the CAHSEE Senior Project is integrated into the English 4B curriculum A 3 rd year of Science or 10 credits of (CTE) Career Technical Education is now required Geometry will be required for the class of 2017

6 Campus Life

7 Folsom Lake High School FLHS has approximately 110 students A 6 period day School day starts at 8:45 and ends at 1:43 7 Teachers 1 Counselor on (Thursdays) Principal 1 Campus Monitor The Roadrunner is the Mascot School colors are blue and gold

8 Pajama and Pie Day

9 6/4/2014 Bell Schedules Warning Bell 8:40am Period 1 8:45 - 9:26 Period 2 9: :10 Period 3 10:13 -10:59 Lunch 10:59 – 11:29 Period 4 11:34 -12:15 Period 5 12:18-12:59 Period 6 1:02 -1:43 Minimum days schedule Periods 1-4 8:45-12:00

10 Folsom Lake students travel to Kinney High School to attend the Metals ROP Class

11 08/08/2012FLHS Parent/Student Orientation11 Transcripts Grade level by credits Students who have: 9 th grade0-49 credits 9 th grade0-49 credits 10 th grade50-99 credits 10 th grade50-99 credits 11 th grade credits 11 th grade credits 12 th grade150+ credit s 12 th grade150+ credit s

12 08/08/2012FLHS Parent/Student Orientation12 Reading a Transcript Credit Required Total number of credits completed Credit Needed

13 A student paints a New Mural

14 Volunteers reach out during lunch to organize games for students

15 08/8/2013FLHS Parent/Student Orientation15 Instructional Delivery How are classes taught? Direct instruction, group work, Apex On-line, Socratic Seminar, project based instruction, and formal assessments Direct instruction, group work, Apex On-line, Socratic Seminar, project based instruction, and formal assessments All students are expected to complete 1 credit every three weeks in all of their classes. Students must complete their daily assignments as part of ticket out the door All students are expected to complete 1 credit every three weeks in all of their classes. Students must complete their daily assignments as part of ticket out the door Tutorial/Mentoring will be provided after school 2 days per week for those students who fall behind Tutorial/Mentoring will be provided after school 2 days per week for those students who fall behind

16 Pancake Breakfast

17 Classes Offered at Folsom Lake High School English Common Core writing class Algebra Geometry Algebra support 25 On-line Apex classes Physical Earth Science Life Science Agricultural & Natural Resources Health Education World Cultures US History Econ and Govt Life Management Film Visual Lit Art, Painting, Drawing Develop Psychology ROP Careers in Education Teachers Assistant Work Experience 08/05/2013FLHS Parent/Student Orientation17

18 Career Day CSI-Crime Scene Investigators Folsom Fire Department Paul Mitchell Beauty School

19 08/01/2011FLHS Parent/Student Orientation19 Folsom Lake High School Graduate attends the American River College STRIPE Program Pre-Apprenticeship Programs

20 6/4/2014 Earning Credits towards Graduation All students will be enrolled in 6 classes Seniors on track to graduate can have an earlier dismissal Students may challenge a class with a 80% pass rate Take the GED exam to earn credits ED Code Perform basic, proficient or advanced on the CSTs Enrolling in a College Readiness class Complete On-line classes Employed and enrolled in Work Experience ROP classes: Careers In Education or Metals Teacher Assistant at Sutter Middle School

21 Interventions for Student Learning All Teachers will be following the classroom Due Process procedures should a student disrupt the learning environment All Teachers will be following the classroom Due Process procedures should a student disrupt the learning environment Step 1: Warn and engage the student in learning Step 1: Warn and engage the student in learning Step 2: Student will have a seat change Step 2: Student will have a seat change Step 3: Outside conference with reflection sheet for re-entry into the classroom Step 3: Outside conference with reflection sheet for re-entry into the classroom Step 4: Class suspension with a parent phone call Step 4: Class suspension with a parent phone call 08/8/2013FLHS Parent/Student Orientation21

22 8/8/2013FLHS Parent/Student Orientation22 Parent Conferences teachers directly! Addresses are located on the school website Contact the front office to make an appointment with the Principal, Counselor or teachers to discuss your concerns Contact the front office to make an appointment with the Principal, Counselor or teachers to discuss your concerns

23 Resources Meet with the School Counselor or Principal Use Teacher s to communicate Create Power school Parent Portal account Check the school website: student handbook, Code of Conduct, addresse s, school calendar Individual counseling by Chris Jarka MSW Another Chance, Another Choice counseling services After school Tutorial/Mentor After School Guitar Club starts in Septemeber 08/08/2013FLHS Parent/Student Orientation23

24 Drug Dogs on Campus 08/8/13FLHS Parent/Student Orientation24

25 Students Art Projects

26 08/08/2013FLHS Parent/Student Orientation26 Attendance The state requires students to attend school daily until graduation or their 18 th birthday The state requires students to attend school daily until graduation or their 18 th birthday There are no excused absences; students with poor attendance will result in a loss of work permit, truancy letters, SART/ SARB (Student Advisory Review Board) There are no excused absences; students with poor attendance will result in a loss of work permit, truancy letters, SART/ SARB (Student Advisory Review Board) Poor Attendance could also result in a school program change Poor Attendance could also result in a school program change Parents please call the school to report your students absence at x151 Parents please call the school to report your students absence at x151

27 ROP Careers in Education

28 08/8/2013FLHS Parent/Student Orientation28 Tardy Policy A student is considered tardy if the student is not in the classroom when the bell rings A student is considered tardy if the student is not in the classroom when the bell rings 3 rd tardy during the month will result in 30 minutes after school detention 3 rd tardy during the month will result in 30 minutes after school detention 4 th tardy 30 minute after school detention 4 th tardy 30 minute after school detention 5th tardy class suspension and student will call parent 5th tardy class suspension and student will call parent 6 th tardy is chronic and students will be assigned to Saturday School, with a Principal call home 6 th tardy is chronic and students will be assigned to Saturday School, with a Principal call home No show to after school detention will result in a Saturday School No show to after school detention will result in a Saturday School

29 Recycling old computers

30 08/08/2013FLHS Parent/Student Orientation30 18 Year Old Students All 18 year olds are required to maintain good behavior, All 18 year olds are required to maintain good behavior, good attendance and they must be making academic progress towards their high school diploma. good attendance and they must be making academic progress towards their high school diploma. 18 year old contracts are available for those students who might need one 18 year old contracts are available for those students who might need one Adult Education is available for those students who need a less structured environment Adult Education is available for those students who need a less structured environment A 5 th Year of high school is a great opportunity to earn a high school diploma, as well as it is a privilege!!!! A 5 th Year of high school is a great opportunity to earn a high school diploma, as well as it is a privilege!!!!

31 Keller Williams makes our campus beautiful

32 Keller Williams beautified the school marquee

33 08/8/2013FLHS Parent/Student Orientation33 Cell Phone Policy All cell phones must be turned off during class time! No texting, checking messages or video recording during class time. All cell phones must be turned off during class time! No texting, checking messages or video recording during class time. Every time: The student violates the cell phone policy they will be required to check in their electronic device for the remainder of the day. Electronic devices will be returned at the end of the day. Every time: The student violates the cell phone policy they will be required to check in their electronic device for the remainder of the day. Electronic devices will be returned at the end of the day. Chronic violations Principal will contact the parent and require the student to leave their cell phone at home or check it into the front office daily. Chronic violations Principal will contact the parent and require the student to leave their cell phone at home or check it into the front office daily. Defiance Should a student refuse to check in their electronic device into the from office he/she will be suspended. Defiance Should a student refuse to check in their electronic device into the from office he/she will be suspended.

34 Independent Living (ILS) Skills & ACCT Program

35 ILS/ACTT Program Field Trip to watch the Space Shuttle fly over Sacramento

36 Dress Code Contract No see-through garments No see-through garments Footwear must be worn at all times, per state law Footwear must be worn at all times, per state law No offensive clothing that depicts, drugs, weapons, alcohol, tobacco, profanity, sexual innuendo, violence or disrespect to other cultures No offensive clothing that depicts, drugs, weapons, alcohol, tobacco, profanity, sexual innuendo, violence or disrespect to other cultures No sunglasses worn in the classroom No sunglasses worn in the classroom No hoods may be worn in the classroom No hoods may be worn in the classroom No PJ pants, slippers, nightwear of any type, unless its Spirit day No PJ pants, slippers, nightwear of any type, unless its Spirit day Clothing or accessories which by color, arrangement, trademark affiliated to gangs. Students may not wear more than 2 colored items in red or blue, including clothing that represents area codes. (916, , 209) Clothing or accessories which by color, arrangement, trademark affiliated to gangs. Students may not wear more than 2 colored items in red or blue, including clothing that represents area codes. (916, , 209) Tops: Shirts must cover the torso. No revealing tops, backless garments, halter tops, bare midriff, bathing suits, strapless tops are permitted Tops: Shirts must cover the torso. No revealing tops, backless garments, halter tops, bare midriff, bathing suits, strapless tops are permitted Bottoms: No sagging pants showing undergarments, or gym shorts. All pants must cover the buttocks. Bottoms: No sagging pants showing undergarments, or gym shorts. All pants must cover the buttocks. ALL STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO SIGN A DRESSCODE CONTRACT ALL STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO SIGN A DRESSCODE CONTRACT 08/08/2013FLHS Parent/Student Orientation36

37 08/8/2013FLHS Parent/Student Orientation37 School Rules and Standards All schools in the State of California are Drug, Alcohol and Weapon free zones - 1,000 feet from school property All schools in the State of California are Drug, Alcohol and Weapon free zones - 1,000 feet from school property Use of any tobacco products are not allowed on school property. This includes all students, staff, parents and visitors Use of any tobacco products are not allowed on school property. This includes all students, staff, parents and visitors Backpacks and cars are searchable by school employees with reasonable suspicion Backpacks and cars are searchable by school employees with reasonable suspicion

38 08/8/2013FLHS Parent/Student Orientation38 Folsom Lake High School is a closed campus Students may not leave school from the time they arrive until they are dismissed Students may not leave school from the time they arrive until they are dismissed Students may not leave school unless they have checked out at the attendance office Students may not leave school unless they have checked out at the attendance office Students may not visit any other schools during school hours Students may not visit any other schools during school hours Visitors are not allowed, although parents are always welcome (must sign in!) Visitors are not allowed, although parents are always welcome (must sign in!)

39 08/8/2013FLHS Parent/Student Orientation39 Causes for Suspension & Expulsion The Big 5 Reasons for Expulsion 1.Cause, attempt to cause, or threaten to cause a physical injury to another person (needing trained medical attention) 2.Possess, sold, furnish any firearm, knife, explosive, bomb, or other dangerous objects 3.Unlawfully possess, use, sold, furnish, or been under the influence of any controlled substance, alcoholic beverage or other intoxicants of any kind 4.Unlawfully arrange, negotiated to sell any controlled substance, alcoholic beverage or intoxicant of any kind, either sold delivered or otherwise furnished to any person 5.Commit or attempt to commit, robbery or extortion

40 Community Partnership with the Rotary Club and Project /01/2011FLHS Parent/Student Orientation40

41 Community Partnership with the Rotary Club and Project 680

42 08/8/2013FLHS Parent/Student Orientation42 Off Site Suspensions Vandalism to any property Vandalism to any property Theft of any property Theft of any property Possession or use of any tobacco products Possession or use of any tobacco products Habitual profanity, vulgarity or obscene acts Habitual profanity, vulgarity or obscene acts Make threats of any kind Make threats of any kind Possess, offered, arranged to sell any drug paraphernalia Possess, offered, arranged to sell any drug paraphernalia Disrupted any school activity Disrupted any school activity Knowingly received stolen property Knowingly received stolen property

43 08/8/2013FLHS Parent/Student Orientation43 Off Site Suspension - continued Possess an imitation firearm, replicas Possess an imitation firearm, replicas Commit, attempt to commit a sexual assault or committed sexual battery Commit, attempt to commit a sexual assault or committed sexual battery Harassed, threatened or intimidated a student who was a witness to an incident Harassed, threatened or intimidated a student who was a witness to an incident Sexual harassment Sexual harassment Hate crimes or violence Hate crimes or violence Engage in activities that individually or collectively denote gang affiliation and disrupts school activities Engage in activities that individually or collectively denote gang affiliation and disrupts school activities Are there any questions? Are there any questions?

44 08/8/2013FLHS Parent/Student Orientation44 Types of Suspensions Class Suspension by a Teacher 1-2day suspension from that class period only 1-2day suspension from that class period only Teacher will notify the parent Teacher will notify the parent If suspended twice in a 5-day period, this will result in further disciplinary action If suspended twice in a 5-day period, this will result in further disciplinary action In-House/Off Site Suspension by Principal or Designee Parents or Guardians will be contacted by phone Parents or Guardians will be contacted by phone Suspension forms will be given to the student, ed or placed in the mail Suspension forms will be given to the student, ed or placed in the mail

45 End of the year BBQ for Students

46 08/8/2013FLHS Parent/Student Orientation46 Folsom Lake High School has orientations for new students every Thursday at 2:00pm Contact your students School Counselor for a Referra l to Folsom Lake High School Leane Linson, Principal

47 08/01/2011FLHS Parent/Student Orientation47

48 08/01/2011FLHS Parent/Student Orientation48 Folsom Lake High School Graduating Class of 2013

49 08/8/2013FLHS Parent/Student Orientation49 Returning to the Comprehensive High Schools Students must be on track to graduate Students must be on track to graduate Students will be required to meet the 220 credit requirement, including the 2-year PE requirement Students will be required to meet the 220 credit requirement, including the 2-year PE requirement FHS,CHS Seniors will need 160 credits by August and 190 credits by December FHS,CHS Seniors will need 160 credits by August and 190 credits by December VDL requires 140 by August and 170 by December VDL requires 140 by August and 170 by December Meet with the Counselor or Principal to arrange for a referral Meet with the Counselor or Principal to arrange for a referral Due Process contracts must be cleared Due Process contracts must be cleared

50 08/8/2012FLHS Parent/Student Orientation50 Checking Out of Folsom High School or Vista del Lago Return all books and pay any fines Return all books and pay any fines Bring back check out grades and assignment sheets Bring back check out grades and assignment sheets Start FLHS on Monday Start FLHS on Monday Pick up your schedule in the front office Pick up your schedule in the front office Students may request a student ID at this time Students may request a student ID at this time


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